Sunday, May 13, 2018

To Claim Her Heart by Jodie Wolfe




To Claim Her Heart 


Due to circumstances, Elmer gave up on GOD.  She lost hope.  She was confused and lost.  Benjamin had high hopes for the future but he was sidetracked.  He relied on GOD to get him through his pain.


Elmer's heart was closed to any possibility of  love.  Benjamin did what he needed to do for God To Claim Her Heart and he was right there to love her, too!

Their paths collided and it was a treat to see them come to terms together with their heartbreak.  They learned that with God's love they could get through anything.  

Elmer's heart was closed to any possibility of  love.  Benjamin did what he needed to do for God To Claim Her Heart and he was right there to love her, too!

I really enjoyed reading this story.  Elmer was more knowledgeable about farming and hunting.   Both Elmer and Benjamin showed vulnerability that was refreshing to read.  They had respect for each other.  I have no doubt that they would have a glorious life together.  But both had to be willing to take a chance on love.

I was divorced 7 years.  I met a man who was a widower with a 14 year old daughter.  I never thought I would marry again.  I was not bitter but skeptical that I would find a man willing to risk my future.  A year later I married him.  He was worth the risk.  We have been married 11 years now.  Very happy 11 years!!!!

I received this free to review.




About the Book

To claim her heart
Title: To Claim Her Heart
Author: Jodie Wolfe
Release Date: May 14, 2018
Genre: Historical Romance
In 1893, on the eve of the great race for land, Benjamin David prays for God to guide him to his ‘Promised Land’. Finding property and preaching to the lost are his only ways of honoring his deceased fiancee, but he didn’t count on Elmer (Elsie) Smith claiming the same plot and refusing to leave. Not only is she a burr in his side, but she is full of the homesteading know-how he sadly lacks.
Obtaining a claim in the Cherokee Strip Land Run is Elsie Smith’s only hope for survival, but not just any plot will do. She has a specific one in mind. The plot’s not only a way to honor her pa and his life, but also to provide a livelihood for herself. Elsie’s willing to do whatever it takes to get that piece of property, and she determined to keep it, but she wasn’t planning on a kind, handsome preacher standing in her way.
Her bitterness is what protects her, and she has not intentions of allowing that preacher to lay claim to her land … or her heart.

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About the Author

JodieJodie Wolfe got bitten by the writing bug as a young girl after reading and watching Little House on the Prairie. She creates novels where hope and quirky meet. The power of story to influence lives and change hearts is what motivates her to weave tales that tell of the Savior’s faithfulness and forgiveness. When not writing, she enjoys spending time with her husband in Pennsylvania, reading, walking, and being a Grammie. Learn more at www.jodiewolfe.com.

Guest Post from Jodie Wolfe

The Heart of a Book

I think there’s always a little bit of the author in each book they write, but sometimes something deeper and very close to the author is wrapped up in the pages of a story. That’s the case for To Claim Her Heart. This is the tale that my mother-in-law always wanted me to write. She was so proud of her family heritage and almost twenty years ago, she was anxious to share it with me. We visited Oklahoma where several of her relatives had staked claims in the last great race for land in our country – the Cherokee Strip Land Run of 1893. This September will mark the 125th anniversary of the land race.

While it saddens me that my dear mother-in-law never lived long enough to see this story in print, I’m thankful that she shared her rich heritage with me. In To Claim Her Heart I was able to mention a recipe passed down through her family for prune cake. I also made sure the heroine had a Rose of Sharon quilt that was given to her. My mother-in-law gave me this quilt dating back as early as 1834 when it was stitched by my husband’s great, great, great, great grandmother. It’s been passed down to the oldest daughter for generations. But, I think one of my favorite memories is the one that concerns outlaws and how my husband’s great, great, great grandmother dealt with them. To find out more about this actual encounter, you’ll have to read To Claim Her Heart. I hope your heart will be as touched by these stories as mine was when my mother-in-law shared them.

Enjoy!





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